2006, selected by designer Dany Lyne
Camellia Koo continues her association with the Shaw Festival where her designs include set and costumes for Trifles, Topdog/Underdog and When the Rain Stops Falling and sets for Peace in Our Time: A Comedy, One Touch of Venus, and The Stepmother. Other collaborations include companies such as fu-GEN Asian Canadian Theatre Company, Fujiwara Dance Inventions and The Second City. A multi-award winning designer, Camellia is a graduate of the Ryerson Theatre School (Technical Production), completed her M.A. in Scenography at Central St. Martins College of Art & Design (U.K.) and was also a member of the 2005 Lincoln Centre Director’s Lab. Camellia has a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
April Anne Viczko is a set, costume, lighting and projection designer based in Calgary. She is currently working on several productions including designing the performance of a book, Bitter Medicine by Clem Martini. Earlier this year she designed the costumes for the three mainstage productions at Alberta Theatre Projects annual playRites Festival, – Drama: Pilot Episode, Thinking of Yu and Ash Rizin. Recently she has worked with Vertigo Theatre, Citadel Theatre, The Belfry and Kill Your Television. She was nominated for a Dora Award for Outstanding Costume Design for the critically acclaimed Last Days of Judas Iscariot produced by Birdland Theatre.